Friday, October 10, 2014

Where to get a presale code for The Wiggles Live

When the Wiggles go out on tour, tiny tots and toddlers get up and dance with excitement. Parents however are often left with the tricky problem of buying tickets for the show, and unless you are on the right email newsletters you might find yourself scrambling to find a presale password or offer code for the wiggles live.

Sadly - we've stopped sharing and publishing these codes, time just doesn't allow for us to update this blogger blog anymore, but there are three solid sites that regularly share wiggles presale passwords:


Presale.Codes has got the most memorable domain name for a presale password site ever. They have a clean interface, easy to use search functions and publish Wiggles Presale Passwords wherever The Wiggles are touring. $5 per month (a good deal if you remember to cancel right away) or $10/year (if you attend other shows) makes this a great option. Don't expect great customer service, but they do refunds and have a solid FAQ section.

WiseGuys Presale Passwords

Offering exceptional customer service and assistance, has undergone a facelift recently and is now more colorful and bright. They usually get presale codes for the wiggles live - search by clicking here.


A relative newcomer to the space, PresalePassword.Club is not as widely known, but has a gorgeous site and fantastic navigation. Priced a little higher ($7/mo or $50 per year) it is welcoming new members at a cheaper rate of only $18.95 per year for a limited time. Time will tell if other sites will raise their prices or if PresalePassword.Club will lower theirs.

IF you're curious about what you'll see when you attend The Wiggles Live! Look no further.. this video should show you exactly what you can expect (for as long as it remains online).

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Ticket Broker Training?

We've seen renewed interest from many people wanting to get into the Ticket Broker Game - buying and reselling tickets for a profit. using eBay and Stubhub as outlets, and Ticketmaster as a supplier, many people believe that they can make money as a ticket broker. The reality is that without a clear understanding of the market forces at work in the industry - it's easy to lose money fast on tickets that won't sell and can't make a profit.

Thankfully or the past few years (since 2008) The Ticket Broker guide has been helping average people learn how to become ticket brokers.

The author has years of experience, and it comes recommended by WiseGuy of well known presale password site:

If you're looking for start your own business as a ticket broker, and make money from home I'd highly recommend you consider this book, or something like it. There are many pitalls in the business and buying the wrong event is just one.

I've been told that there will be a full blown training course with videos and a support forum sometime in the new year, what is certain though is that the ticket broker guide has been updated for 2013 and should provide a clear roadmap for newbies looking to get into the business without losing their shirt.

Still, waiting won't put money into your pocket. If you're not sure, consider that there is a 60 day return policy and read some of the customer feedback they've gotten.

Monday, August 20, 2007

A world of Wiggles

A world of Wiggles

Sing, dance and journey with the Wiggles, Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus and Wags the Dog at 1st Mariner Arena tomorrow. The Wiggles' new show, "Racing to the Rainbow Live!," features lots of fun tunes, educational messages and interactive activities. Audience members are encouraged to dress up as their favorite Wiggles character or to bring a rose for Dorothy the Dinosaur or a bone for Wags the Dog. The Wiggles and the Wiggly Dancers will make their way through the audience to collect the items.

What do you call four men wearing brightly colored skivvies who sing and dance and pal around with a pirate, a dog and a dancing dinosaur?

If you are a parent with young children, you would know immediately that those dynamic dudes are none other than Anthony, Murray, Jeff and Sam of The Wiggles, the world's No. 1 preschool band, and the biggest thing to come out of Australia since kangaroos, koalas and Olivia Newton-John.

They are ubiquitous, to say the least.

Each year, The Wiggles perform more than 200 shows across four continents and appear twice daily on the Disney Channel. They sell millions of albums and DVDs and are a major force in children's entertainment.

The Wiggles have always been a touring band, which has kept them in constant contact with their fans — fans who love to sing and dance in the aisles while the friendly foursome rocks out onstage to hits such as "Hot Potato" and "Monkey Dance."

Evansville will get a taste of The Wiggles when they bring their "Racing to the Rainbow Live!" tour to Roberts Stadium for two performances on Tuesday.

I had the pleasure of speaking with Sam Moran (the yellow Wiggle), and I must admit that he was everything you would hope a Wiggle would be — charming, enthusiastic and a delightful conversationalist. He has performed with The Wiggles for almost 10 years and recently replaced Greg Page (the original yellow Wiggle) who had to leave the group due to a medical condition.

I'll be frank: I'm a fan. And, as a parent, I appreciate the fact that when Sam, Anthony, Murray and Jeff take the stage, they bring with them a background in early childhood education as well as years of training in both vocal and instrumental music.

The Wiggles also have an international flavor about them, and, since they are not tied to a particular genre, they are able to expose children to a variety of songs and sounds.

Sam describes the Wiggly World as "all-inclusive" and finds that preschoolers are "very receptive" to the multicultural influences in their music.

He thinks the combination of reality and fantasy is appealing to young children and that The Wiggles are more interactive than other forms of children's entertainment.

Sam explained that the song-writing process is a collaborative effort.

He said the group not only enjoys working together, but are "good friends off the road," too.

Sam promises "Racing to the Rainbow Live!" is a show filled with the wiggly excitement of new songs, costumes and sets, but that fans can expect to sing along to their old favorites, as well.

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Kids can't wait to see Wiggles


Kids can't wait to see Wiggles

The Wiggles shows in November then to have fun with the block party.

"There was a good line," said Kayla Ott, the center's marketing manager. "Ticket sales are going very well."

Staff were giving out Wiggles CDs, T-shirts and other memorabilia to children as they romped in the jumphouse, hit the dunk tank target to send someone crashing into the water and colored pictures of the Australian singing group.

In another step to help usher in the popular four-man group, Marble Slab is hosting a Wiggle Day on Saturday, Oct. 6, from noon until 2 p.m. There will be another opportunity for children to color a picture and win prizes.

"Kids can come dressed as their favorite Wiggle," Ott said.

Since 1991, The Wiggles have appeared in television series and in concerts singing children's songs. Their tour "Racing to the Rainbow Live!" will feature not only The Wiggles but their friends Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, Wags the Dog and the Wiggly Dancers.

The Wiggles will perform two shows Monday, Nov. 12, one at 3 p.m. and the other at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $25, $30 and $37 and can be purchased by visiting the box office Monday through Friday, visiting or calling (866) 722-8877.

Tickets for the Steven Curtis Champman concert and Tyler Perry's "What's Done in the Dark" are also on sale now.

The Wiggles - Early History

According to Wikipedia...

Anthony Field and Jeff Fatt had been members of the Cockroaches, a popular pub rock band which had scored a number of Top 40 hits in Australia during the 1980s.

After the Cockroaches disbanded in 1988, Field enrolled at the Institute of Early Childhood Studies at Macquarie University in Sydney. One of only a few male students in the program, Field soon met two of the other men: Greg Page and Murray Cook, both former musicians.[2] Cook was the guitarist in a minor Sydney pop band, Bang Shang a Lang, while also working as a clerk at the Australian Taxation Office.[3].

The group initially teamed up to produce a music performance project for their studies, but they soon began working towards the goal of being children entertainers, using the concepts of early childhood education they learned in school. Recognizing the need for quality children's music, they produced their first (self-titled) album in 1991.[2]

Needing a keyboardist, Field asked his old bandmate, Jeff Fatt, to help out. (Fatt's reply was "Sure, but how long will it take...."[4]). The group received songwriting help from John Field, Anthony's brother and former bandmate, as they reworked a few of the old Cockroaches tunes into children's songs. For example, "Do the Monkey" was originally a Cockroaches song with different lyrics.[5] Another Cockroaches song, "Get Ready To Wiggle", inspired the new band's name.[2]

The band also received keyboards and songwriting assistance from fellow Macquarie student Phillip Wilcher, whose departure from the group shortly before their international fame has earned him comparisons to Pete Best, the "fifth Beatle."[6]

Who Are the Wiggles?

According to Wikipedia:

The Wiggles is an Australian band. Since its formation in 1991, the group has achieved worldwide success with its children's albums, videos, television series and concert appearances.

According to Business Review Weekly magazine, The Wiggles were Australia's highest grossing entertainers for the year 2005, earning more than AC/DC and Nicole Kidman combined.[1]